John Jarmain
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Letters of WW2 poet rediscovered

John Jarmain was a soldier in World War Two who was killed in Normandy in 1944.

His daughter Janet Coward never knew her father.

However, she has been given an insight into his character with the discovery of letters and poetry that he sent home from the front line.

The BBC's Simon Clemison spoke to her about her father's writing.

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